50 Years of Plumbing
Richard L. Vincent, born in 1929 in Dayton, OH, served in the United States Air Force following the Korean War. After he came home from the Service, he attended plumbing school and started plumbing professionally in 1954 for Central Plumbing, formally called Peter's Plumbing. Two of his three sons went on to work in the plumbing trade.
One of those sons, Kirk Vincent, graduated from Xenia High School in 1982. He went to work for his father the following summer and never looked back. He attended four years of plumbing school and became a licensed Journeyman Plumber in 1987. After years of plumbing, he became the Project Manager at Monroe Mechanical in Cincinnati, OH. Years later, in 2006, he started his own company - Kirk Vincent Plumbing.
As of March 2020, Kirk's son, Richard, has joined the company underneath his wing. Richard plans to learn and grow in the plumbing trade and eventually takeover his father's business when his father retires.